Fall Fashion: Shag-a-licious Coats and Sweaters

Studio Style With Anita Gunn

The ‘60s and ‘70s are still hot this season, with designers showing lots of miniskirts, high rise bellbottoms and knee high and over the knee boots. But my favorite look for the season is the shaggy coat. It instantly takes any outfit go from ordinary to Almost Famous rockstar.

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Elizabeth and James “Iris”

First up is Elizabeth and James “Iris” for $695 and available at net-a-porter. This longer style is great with miniskirts and knee high boots.

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Urban Outfitter’s “Ladakh Pieced Faux Fur” Jacket

If you’re looking for something more funky, try Urban Outfitter’s “Ladakh Pieced Faux Fur” Jacket for $168. Also comes in baby pink and navy blue.

If you’re on a budget, try any of the next three.

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H & M’s “Faux Fur Coat”

First up is H & M’s “Faux Fur Coat” for $59.95, available online or in store.

 

 

 

 

 

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Asos’ “Shaggy Coat”

Next is Asos’ “Shaggy Coat” for $66, available online.

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Forever 21’s “Shaggy Layered Jacket”

And Forever 21’s “Shaggy Layered Jacket” for only $37.90, available online or in store.

If you live in a warm climate like I do the next two sweater styles are for you. Plus you can wear these indoors, which is a nice bonus.

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Free People’s “Faithful Shaggy”

This one is Free People’s “Faithful Shaggy” for $195. It comes in three colors, including navy and black, and it’s available online and in store. I got mine!

 

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Nasty Gal “Shag Queen”

There is also this fab shorter style, the “Shag Queen” for $68, available on the Nasty Gal website. It’s perfect with high-waisted bell-bottoms as shown.

The trick is to keep the rest of your outfit simple (while keeping to the 60’s and 70’s look) and let the shag be the star. Remember; never underestimate the power of a good shag–so get shaggy with it!

Anita Gunn

California PolitiChick "Anita Gunn" is a closeted conservative working the entertainment business. Anita started at a major talent agency, assisting a well-known music agent, and is now a VP at a major movie studio. Anita grew up in a very liberal Jewish home, and bought the Utopian dream of a one world government and social justice for all. Anita did her best to "save the planet," pontificating about how the evil Republicans and greedy corporations were destroying the earth. 9/11 shook Anita's foundation and everything that she believed. By the time Obama burst into the scene in 2007, Anita was morphing into a conservative. Of course, coming out of the closet as a conservative in the entertainment industry is pretty much career suicide, she says, so in 2011, the name "Anita Gunn" was born. Anita has done commentary about the culture war on such radio shows as the Dr. Gina Show, Real Side with Joe Messina and Socialism is not an Option on Blog Talk Radio. Anita started a secret conservative Facebook group which has 1000 active members, and is part of another secret group of artists who behind such videos as Cruz Against the Machine. There are still some remnants from Anita's liberal days, including the love of Astrology and wearing platforms and bellbottoms--and yet signs of her conservative switch can be seen by her ever-present gun necklace. Anita says her goal is to help rebrand and hip up the conservative movement to include more artists, musicians, actors, gays and minorities and young people. Anita's belief is that if she saw the light, there are others who would also embrace the conservative movement, if only just shown the way. Follow Anita Gunn on Twitter @AnitaGunn1.

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